It's Ice Cream Time! Martingale Dog Collar
Solid and strong metal hardware, soft and durable polyester webbing back & custom printed grosgrain ribbon.
Width: 1.5 Inches/38mm - It's wider than a traditional collar, which offers greater security and comfort.
Medium: 34cm to 50cm - Greyhounds, Whippets, Vizsla, Huntaway, Thai Ridgeback, Border Collie, Labradoodles, Giant Schnauzers, Dalmatian etc.
Large: 44cm to 64cm - Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Wolfhounds, Malamutes, Huskies, afghan hound, Border Collie, Boxer, Dalmatian, etc.
Dog breeds are given as a guide only. Please measure your dog’s neck before purchasing. How to measure?
A martingale collar is a design that helps prevent a dog from slipping, or backing, out of their collar. It's originally designed for sighthounds with narrow heads, such as Greyhounds and Whippets, they can often slip out of buckle collars. Now martingale dog collar is a safe and comfortable option for a variety of dog breeds. They are much gentler than a buckle collar or a choke collar. They only tighten slightly if the dog pulls on the leash and they evenly distribute the pressure without choking the dog. It is also recommended by trainers for improving leash walking.
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Simply handwash in warm water, then put it on a flat surface and air dry.
Frequently asked questions
While martingales can be appropriate for all-the-time wear, however martingales are designed to be used on leash. We recommend to use your martingale collar as a functional dog jacket. You wear it when you go outside, and take it off when you get home.
The answer is no. It’s certainly not for all, especially when your pup is very small. However, they're a safe and comfortable option for a variety of dog breeds if it fits properly.
Check out our martingale collars guide for more information.
Please check out our martingale collars guide for sizing and fitting.
No, we can't.
We've got quite a lot of requests on making Italian greyhounds collars. This is definitely something we will look into in the future. Please get in touch so we can gauge the interest.